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Andreas Moutsioulis - Classical / Spanish Guitarist | Bristol, South West

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Country: United Kingdom
Based In: Bristol, South West
Performs: Worldwide
Fees: £350 - £400
Professional concert & session guitarist, with more than 20 years of experience on stage, who enjoys performing with other musicians too. Genres: Classical, folk, Spanish, Latin, Pop and more.
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Andreas Moutsioulis is a Greek-born guitarist and arranger with extensive experience across a variety of music genres. His western music studies together with the music of his middle-eastern roots have brought him close to different musical styles since an early age. This background of classical, pop, folk and world music has led him to the idea of blending and combining all these styles.
Having studied classical guitar at the Municipal Conservatoire of Thessaloniki, the Ionian University of Greece and the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Andreas began performing professionally at the age of 16. His ...

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Andreas Moutsioulis - Classical / Spanish Guitarist - Bristol, South West Event Location: Oxford 13th March 2016
The concert covered a wide range of musical forms and styles, all of which Andreas Moutsioulis accomplished fluently and effortlessly. The classical guitar when played with Andreas’ professionalism is well suited to our hall, so perhaps we should repeat the success of this recital before too long.
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Andreas Moutsioulis - Classical / Spanish Guitarist - Bristol, South West Event Location: Royal Northern College of Music 10th May 2014
Andreas Moutsioulis, born in Greece but currently resident in Bristol, has much to offer. Equally engaging was Elogio de la Danza and yes, Moutsioulis made a decent fist of realizing the golpe against a bass note that we all struggled with when this piece first took off a decade or so after its creation in 1964. Most successful were the settings of two songs by Theodorakis. If Maria Farandouri appeared on stage as a surprise guest, my evening would be complete. Following a tidy and rhythmic Sevilla by Albeniz, the nose-to-tail pairing of Farewell by Sergio Assad and Un Dia de Noviembre by Leo Brouwer proved surprising effective and generated some of Moutsioulis’ most classy playing. Even the ensuing Libertango by Piazzolla felt more inspiring than is customary. A warmly received Mancunian offering from a guitarist whose migration to these shores is to be welcomed.
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Andreas Moutsioulis - Classical / Spanish Guitarist - Bristol, South West Event Location: Athens's Concert Hall 13th October 2009
Andreas Moutsioulis expressed clearly the melodic lines and the rhythmic features of the concerto. The very talented musician from Thessaloniki played masterfully with the colours and created a unique atmosphere. The concert was attended by the HRH Princess Irene of Spain, President of the Foundation “World in Harmony” and ardent supporter of new musicians.
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St Martin-in-the-Fields, Athens Concert Hall, Boston's "Jordan Hall", Princess Irene of Spain

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